Let’s hope all that rain is behind us as we start this new week!
Happy Monday, Toronto, and check out what’s happening in the city today.
Meatless Monday anyone? Experience the 6th annual Veggielicious, where you can share enjoy a prix-fixe menu or plant-based offering with the growing veg community during this two-week celebration of delicious and compassionate cuisine.
Where: Various restaurants throughout the city
When: On now until May 21
The classical music of India, made in Canada, featuring sitar, tabla, bass veena and vocals. DORA award-winning, twice JUNO-nominated world/fusion vocalist Suba Sankaran, daughter of legendary master drummer Trichy Sankaran. Best of all, its pay what you can.
Where: 10 Trinity Square
When: May 8 at 12:15 pm
Head to the Reference Library for an afternoon of film. Today, it’s about the story of an HR manager who reluctantly travels to Eastern Europe to bring the body of a deceased former employee, a recent immigrant to Israel, back to her family.
Where: Toronto Reference Library, 789 Yonge Street
When: May 8 at 2 pm
Renowned playwright and Academy Award-nominated screenwriter Phyllis Nagy recounts her two-decade journey bringing Patricia Highsmith’s novel The Price of Salt to the screen.
Where: TIFF Bell Lightbox
When: May 8 at 7 pm
It’s time for a free evening at the movies, cuz Mondays suck otherwise. Tonight’s free May flick will be the 2003 musical comedy School of Rock!
Where: The Royal Cinema, 608 College Street
When: May 8 at 7:30 pm